Rosie Schatz, right, was presented her tractor pull trophy by Jocelyn Rumpca, daughter of Chelsy and Tyler Rumpca of Webster, during the tractor pull and bull ride in Lebanon on Sunday, June 22, that was organized in memory of her grandpa, Gary McCloud. Jocelyn is pictured with her grandma, Cindy McCloud of Hoven.
Saturday marks a dozen years the Dakota Kruzer’s Summer Run has been held in Gettysburg.
The car show has become the major summer event in Gettysburg, which has grown to feature free bouncers for the kids provided by the Chamber of Commerce, a beer garden and food by the fire department, and live music by “Portland Junction” both in the afternoon and again that evening.
“This is a big weekend in Gettysburg, and it always draws a good crowd for a fun day in the park,” said Jeannee Anderson, president of the Chamber. “Each year it gets bigger and better, with something fun for everyone!”
There are 19 classes in which awards will be presented, and cars can register between 10 a.m. and noon at the city park. The vehicles will be on display from noon until 4 p.m., at which time awards will be presented.
Awards will be given for best Ford, GM, Mopar, Race, Pickup, 4×4, Street Rod, Antique, Rat Rod, Host Car, original pre 60, original post 60, modern 85 and up, muscle, motorcycle, open class, biggest club, farthest traveled, and host choice. Tractors are welcome.
With fireworks season upon us, here is a reminder that no bottle rockets or rocket-like projectiles are allowed within the city limits.
The fireworks season starts June 27 and they may not be discharged between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. through and including July 2.
From July 3 through July 5, fireworks may be shot off until midnight.
Also, be kind to neighborhood pets. Remember that the fireworks can be frightening to them!
The Gettysburg School Board spent over four hours discussing everything from the building to the budget during the June 16 regular meeting.
With about 60 days until the school building is scheduled to be completed, Scott Sikkink of HKG Architects was at the meeting to go over details of the building project. The board reviewed changes, costs, and possible savings.
Some of the safety items addressed were fire rated doors, push button locks for the classrooms, and the electric stripe to the office door. That will allow staff to enter using a key fob, but once the school is locked when classes start, parents or guests will only be able to access the building by having someone in the office buzz them through, which Sikkink said is a security issue.
A new flag pole is being donated by the VFW, since there will no longer be a need for one as tall as was in place at the front of the three story school building.
The existing lab stations from the old school that are being used in the new science lab only have on/off plumbing, not hot/cold, so they were left with only a cold water option. Hot water is available in the lab, but only at one station.
The board told the architect that they needed to look at the costs and alternatives. The stressed the importance of having cost savings listed and accounted for, and the need to know of any changes that may have additional costs.
Board members Kay Schmidt and Brian Robbennolt serve on the building committee and said they have been trying hard to get the changes done but were feeling some frustration about the need for the architect to make sure some of the issues were dealt with. Sikkink assured the board that he would not sign off on it, and he needed to hear what are the board’s priorities.
Drainage and parking on the east side of the building were talked about, and Robbennolt said he had attended two city council meetings but did not have the numbers to give to the council regarding the costs. He said that he felt at the meeting that it seemed it would be possible for assistance, but the school needs to provide the city with numbers. He also said that city maintenance supervisor Russ Anderson was talking with them about the underground drainage.
The preliminary budget was another major topic during the meeting.
Business Manager Barb Everson went over the items in the budget and told the board that they are budgeting less than last year. There were some big savings she pointed out to the board regarding work comp, saying that a new quote through the Associated School Board dropped from almost $48,000 to $13,000. She also said that Judy Hellhake at the bank in Gettysburg provided a quote on property casualty that provided another $1,000 cost savings.
She also said that this year it was budgeted to take only around $50,000 with the opt out, which is the same as last year.
It was again stressed that this is only the preliminary budget and not the final budget. The budget hearing was set for a half hour before the July 14 meeting for 7 p.m.
Other meeting topics:
• Mrs. Patty Stoner talked to the board about the effectiveness and the morale of the educational institution. She expressed concern about a lack of communication between the board, administration, and staff and shared some obstacles and unprofessional occurrences that she felt a staff member endured, along with emails that staff member received from people regarding his positive performance. It was explained that the board cannot go into executive session with her to discuss issues regarding another person, and steps needed to be taken for the board to be able to discuss other concerns.
She said she thought she had read every page of the Gettysburg School Handbook, and referenced the page regarding constructive criticism of the board and that the staff should be given every opportunity to consider issues with an attempt to resolve problems.
• The board talked about some of the positions still open at the school including a cook, band instructor, and some aides.
• Bids will be advertised for the parking lot project, and will be opened at a special meeting on July 7 at 7:30 p.m.
• Brad Cihak was hired as the Ag/FFA teacher starting on Dec. 8. He is also doing some summer work.
• The board will appoint Kenny Goebel at the July meeting to fill the open position on the school board.
The minutes of the meeting are published on page 13 of the News. They are also available online at www.pottercountynews.com and at sdpublicnotices.com
June 16, 2014
The Gettysburg Board of Education held their regular board meeting on the above date in the Elementary Library. Present were the following: Matt Cronin, Kay Schmidt, Kevin Geditz, Paul Kellogg, Ryan Lake, Brian Robbennolt, and Kim Schweiss. Also present were Tim Hagedorn, Wendy Smith, Barb Everson, Patty Stoner, Kenny Goebel, and Scott Sikkink.
The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Board President Cronin called the meeting to order at 7:32 PM.
A thank you note was read from Amber Mikkelsen.
Patty Stoner addressed the board regarding communication and trust between administration, staff and the board.
Motion by Schmidt, second by Geditz to approve the agenda with the following additions: add parking lot bid,1st reading of Principal duties for policy manual and Executive Session for Legal. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Motion by Lake, second by Schweiss to approve the following consent agenda: approve the minutes of the May 12, 2014 regular board meeting; approve the June 12, 2014 claims; and approve and declare surplus and obsolete the items due to being outdated and to be disposed of properly. All present voted aye. Motion carried. The list of obsolete items is on file in the business office.
June 12, 2014 CLAIMS PRESENTED FOR PAYMENT
MDU, $41.91, TEMP/ELECTRICITY; VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS, 187.18, COMMUNICATIONS; ABERDEEN AMERICAN NEWS, 92.10, SALVAGE BID; ABERDEEN AWARDS, 117.00, TRACK PLAQUE COOP/BAND PLAQUES/PINS; ACCESS ELEVATOR & LIFTS, INC., 550.00, REPAIR WHEELCHAIR LIFT;
ALL-AROUND GRAPHIX, 548.50, ATHLETIC AWARDS; AP EXAMINATIONS, 81.00, AP EXAM FEE; AUTOMATIC BUILDING CONTROLS, 240.00, ANNUAL FEE/ALARM MONITORING SYSTEM; AVERA QUEEN OF PEACE HEALTH, 61.40, RANDOM DRUG SCREEN/BUS DRIVER; AXSOM, TERRY, 100.00, SOUND SYSTEM ASSISTANCE;
BEST WESTERN EMPIRE TOWERS, 2,109.78, LODGING/STATE TRACK & HOWARD WOOD; BURG’S GAS & ETC., INC., 2,307.30, SCHOOL VEHICLE FUEL; CDW GOVERNMENT INC, 276.00, PROMETHEAN LAMPS; CENTRAL DISTRIBUTION, 779.52, CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES; CITY OF GETTYSBURG, 406.40, WATER; CRONIN, JAMIE, 63.00, MEALS/STATE TRACK;
CROWN AWARDS, 234.68, LIBRARY AWARDS; DAKOTA FARM & RANCH SUPPLY, 118.81, CUSTODIAL/AG SUPPLIES; ELAN FINANCIAL SERVICES, 124.66, LIBRARY AWARDS; ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC., 199.52, SAVIN COPIER/PRINTER SUPPLIES; G’BURG SCH LUNCH FUND, 465.50, GUEST/PRINC/SUPT MEALS;
G’BURG SCHOOL/DISTRICT REF, 1,891.77, HOWARD WOOD RELAYS, 100.00, TRACK ENTRY FEE, HILLSVIEW GOLF COURSE, 112.00, PRE-REGION GREEN FEES, IPSWICH TRACK MEET, 100.00, TRACK ENTRY FEE, CHRISTY SALTSMAN, 162.25, REIMB ELEM DAY RIBBONS, TERRY AXSOM, 150.00, SOUND SYSTEM ASSISTANCE,
JIM SCHLEKEWAY, 185.88, MEET OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, DAVE BAUER, 206.98, MEET OFFICIAL/MILEAGE, HILLSVIEW GOLF COURSE, 64.00, GREEN FEES/REGION GOLF, EUREKA SCHOOL, 200.00, TRACK ENTRY FEE X 2, VERN SMITH, 185.02, REIMB FOR FUEL/MEALS HOWARD WOOD,
BARB EVERSON, 44.40, REIMB MILEAGE/BUS MGR MTG, KIM GOEBEL, 31.00, MEALS/SDCA CONFERENCE, LAKEVIEW GOLF COURSE, 31.00, GREEN FEES/STATE PRACTICE ROUND, SPLIT ROCK GOLF COURSE, 25.00, GREEN FEES,
KIM GOEBEL, 28.52, TOTES/GUIDANCE STORAGE, JUSTIN JENSEN, 56.25, REIMB SENIOR AWARDS, KATIE LARSON, 107.29, REIMB SUPPLIES, HIGHMORE SCHOOL, 51.18, SHARE OF REGION 2B TRACK LOSS, EUREKA SCHOOL, 50.00, JH TRACK ENTRY FEE;
GAS’N GOODIES, 133.55, AD SUPPLIES/FUEL; GOLDEN WEST TECHNOLOGIES, 3,855.00, SERVER RPR/SERVER SUPPORT; HARMON LAW OFFICE PROF., 90.00, LEGAL SERVICES; HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 240.00, MAY SERVICES; HEGSTROM, RANDY, 270.00, PEST SPRAYING SVC;
HOVEN MEDIA, INC., 26.25, ADVERT.; INSTRUMENTALIST COMPANY, 131.00, BAND AWARDS; J.W. PEPPER & SON INC, 184.67, BAND/VOCAL MUSIC; J.W. PEPPER, 100.00, MUSIC CLINIC REGIST.; JAGER, MIKE, 3,857.61, RPR BUS/MINIBUS; KELLY INN, 323.96, LODGING STATE GOLF; LANGER’S FAMILY FOODS, 186.42, TRACK/GR3/GUIDANCE/FACS/JH SUPPLIES;
LEC INC – LOGAN ELECTRIC, 369.17, CUST SUPPLIES/SNOW REMOVAL; MARCO, INC., 78.60, FISCAL COPIES; MID-AMERICAN RESEARCH CHEM, 1,394.60, CUST SUPPLIES; MIDWAY PARTS INC, 13.74, TIRE CLEANER; MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES, 3,985.86, ELEC/NATURAL GAS/TEMP HOOK-UP; NEW CREATIONS, 26.40, CUSTODIAL SUPPLIES;
PETTY CASH, 101.17, POSTAGE; POSITIVE PROMOTIONS, 48.32, LIBRARY PRIZES; POTTER COUNTY NEWS, 460.78, ADV/PRINTING; SANFORD HEALTH PLAN, 64.00, HEALTH INS ADMIN FEE; SCHLACHTER LUMBER, 2,808.73, AG/CUST/TRACK SUPPLIES/RPR; SCHOOL SPECIALTY INC, 60.17, FISCAL SUPPLIES;
SCOTT, KEITH, 63.00, MEALS STATE TRACK; SECURITY LOCK SYSTEM, 285.00, FILE CABINET LOCK RPR; SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN CO, 94.59, MAY SERVICES; SMITH, VERNON, 63.00, STATE TRACK MEALS; TECH/INNOVATIONS EDUC, 1,812.50, ONLINE COURSE FEE/STAFF REG;
TRAINING ROOM INC, 354.03, AD SUPPLIES; TRUE VALUE HARDWARE, 113.35, CUST SUPPLIES; VILAS PHARMACY, 72.08, TRACK/FISCAL/AD/ELEM/HS SUPPLIES; ZUBER REFRIGERATION & HTG, 138.75, CLEAN/SVC 3 WINDOW AIR CONDITIONS.
CAPITAL OUTLAY FUND
ELITE BUSINESS SYSTEMS INC., $250.58, HS PRINTER/COPIER LEASES
SPECIAL EDUCATION FUND
VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS, $6.56, COMMUNICATIONS; AVERA GETTYSBURG HOSPITAL, 350.00, PT/OT SERVICES; DAKOTALINK, 580.85, SPED MILEAGE/SVCS; G’BURG SCHOOL/DISTRICT REFUND, 250.00, CENTER FOR DISABILITIES 250.00, AUTISM WORKSHOP REG X 2; MID CENTRAL EDUC.COOP, 260.00, SPED ONLINE COURSE; USD-SANFORD SCHOOL OF MEDIC., 1,935.90, PROF SVCS/MILEAGE; WILLIAMS, THEODORE L., 1,111.50, PSYCH SVCS.
BOND REDEMPTION—NEW SCHOOL
FIRST NATL TRUST/INVESTMT, $234,503.89, DEBT SERVICE PAYMENT—NEW SCHOOL.
BYRE, JESSICA, $24.50, REFUND LUNCH ACCT BALANCE; CASS-CLAY CREAMERY, 901.21, DAIRY PRODUCTS; CWD/HRS, 2,785.03, PURCHASED FOOD/SUPPLIES; EARTHGRAINS BAKING CO’S INC., 273.74, BREAD/BUNS; FAIRBANKS, LANNA, 51.00, REFUND LUNCH ACCT BALANCE;
G’BURG SCHOOL/DISTRICT REFUND, 27.00, ANAIS DESROCHES, 27.00, REFUND LUNCH ACCT BALANCE; HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT, 120.00, MAY SVCS; HINCKLEY, DAWN, 89.00, REFUND LUNCH ACCT BALANCE; KILIAN, JULIE, 9.35, REFUND LUNCH ACCT BALANCE;
LANGER’S FAMILY FOODS, 9.32, PURCHASED FOOD; SERVALL UNIFORM/LINEN COMPANY, 58.31, MAY SERVICE; SIMON, NADINE, 43.55, REFUND LUNCH ACCT BALANCE; WELLER, CARRIE, 143.00, TEMPORARY KITCHEN HELP.
GENERAL FUND, $129,550.50, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT; SPED FUND, 16,424.97, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT; FOOD SERVICE, 3,862.12, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT; DRIVER ED/AFTERSCHOOL, 525.05, SALARIES/INS/RETIREMENT.
Scott Sikkink from HKG gave an update on the school construction. The Sharpe bill needs to be reviewed by Scott and will be approved at a later date. Motion by Schmidt, second by Robbennolt to advertise for bids for the parking lot project. All present voted aye. Motion carried. The bid opening will be on July 7, 2014 at 7:30PM at a special board meeting.
Motion by Robbennolt, second by Schmidt to approve summer works of Luke Smith at $7.50 per hour, Chris Dutenhoeffer at $7.50 per hour, and Nic Zuber at $7.25 per hour. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Motion by Geditz, second by Lake to approve the following contracts: Bradley Cihak, for Ag/FFA instructor to include 2014 summer work with classroom work beginning on Dec 8, 2014 for $33,317.97; Vernon Smith, summer school for 72 hours at $25.62 per hour for $1,844.64, and Jamie Ahlemeier, summer school for 72 hours at $22.93 per hour for $1,650.96. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Home school app 2014-2015-1 was acknowledged and signed.
Motion by Schmidt, second by Kellogg to accept the resignation from Jessica Byre as a teacher’s aide. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
The 2014-2015 Preliminary Budget was discussed. Motion by Schmidt, second by Paul to approve and order prior to the next meeting the capital items discussed by the board. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Motion by Schmidt, second by Lake to set July 14, 2014 at 7:00 PM as the time and date for the FY 2014-2015 budget hearing with the board meeting to follow.
Motion by Geditz, second by Robbennolt to approve the psychology contract with Ted Williams for the 2014-15 school year. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Mrs. Wendy Smith reported on the school moving and is working on next year’s schedule.
Mr. Hagedorn discussed the kitchen review that went well. Advertisements are out for staff for the kitchen for next year. He discussed training for new personnel. He is working on the consolidate app. Fundraiser information for next year was discussed. Kenny Goebel will be the new school board member that will be appointed at the next meeting.
Motion by Lake, second by Schmidt to approve the 1st reading of the Principal duties for the Board policy manual. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Motion by Schmidt, second by Kellogg to adjourn to Executive Session for Legal, SDCL 1-25-2-3 at 11:25 PM. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Board President Cronin declared the Board out of Executive Session at 11:45 PM.
Motion by Lake, second by Schmidt to adjourn the meeting at 11:45 PM. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Matthew Cronin, Board President
Barbara Everson, Business Manager
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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed bids will be received by Board of Education, Gettysburg School District #53-1, 100 East King Avenue, Gettysburg, South Dakota until 2:00 p.m., C.T., July 7, 2014 for material and labor required for the Gettysburg School Parking Lot Site Work and Paving Project, Gettysburg School District #53-1, Gettysburg, South Dakota.
All divisions of work which will be included in one prime construction contract.
Bids shall be submitted in a sealed envelope with the name and address of the bidder clearly identified on the envelope. Faxed bids will not be accepted.
Copies of the plans and specifications are on file at Gettysburg High School, Gettysburg, South Dakota; Builders Exchanges listed in the Instruction to Bidders; and at the office of HKG Architects, Inc., AIA, 524 S. Arch St., P.O. Box 55, Aberdeen, South Dakota. Copies may be obtained at the architect’s office by bidders.
Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check, cashier’s check or draft in the amount of 5% of the base bid plus all add alternates, or a 10% bid bond issued by a surety authorized to do business in the State of South Dakota and made payable to the “Gettysburg School District #53-1, Gettysburg, South Dakota”.
The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any irregularities therein.
By order of
Gettysburg School District #53-1
Gettysburg, South Dakota
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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
JUNE 20, 2014
A special meeting was called to order by Chairman Simon at 8:00 A.M. in the Commissioners Room at the Courthouse. Commissioners present: Arbach and Williams. Absent: Worth and Maroney.
Moved by Arbach, seconded by Williams to hire Beth Penrod as Director of Equalization at an hourly rate of $15.14 per hour based on the annual wage of $31,500.00. All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Moved by Williams, seconded by Simon to allow a budget supplement to increase the Librarian position to an hourly rate of $15.14 per hour based on the annual wage of $31,500. All presented voted aye. Motion carried.
Moved by Williams, seconded by Arbach to declare Co. # 593 – AFICIO 2015 Copier as obsolete and to be used as a trade-in and authorize the purchase of an E-STUDIO356 Copier in the amount of $2,829.00 which reflects state bid. All voted aye. Motion carried.
Moved by Williams, seconded by Arbach to adjourn. All voted aye. Motion carried.
RANDALL SIMON, CHAIRMAN
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
KAREN S. DOERR
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June 10, 2014
Monthly town board meeting was called to order by President Jim McRoberts at 8:03pm. Present were board members Kilian, Lower, McRoberts, Simon and Trudo. Also present were Hazel McRoberts, Jan Oaks and Steve Smith.
Minutes of the May 5, 2014 meeting were read and with 3 corrections by a motion of Kilian, second by Lower, minutes were approved. Motion passed.
Reading of the bills payable for the end of May and current bills presented for the month of June were gone over and by a motion of Kilian, second by Trudo, bills were approved as follows.
Bills Payable Liquor Account: SD Dept. of Revenue and Regulations $254.71, Janice Oaks (May Wages) 1,267.24, Hazel McRoberts (May Wages) 922.38, Linda McRoberts (May Wages) 730.53, Lebanon Bar-Petty Cash 142.65, Kruegers Food Fair 128.94, Northwest Beverage Inc. 1,230.90,
Hettinger-Mobridge Candy 861.27, Johnson Bros. 527.63, Jerome Beverage Inc. 324.50, Dakota Tom’s 343.04, Pepsi 264.32, Reuer Sanitation 64.48, Servall 19.19, SD Dept. of Revenue & Regulations 330.95, Mid Dakota Water 84.40, Venture Communications 65.23, MDU 212.42.
Bills Payable General Account: Robert D. Dutt (Maintenance) $615.05, Rachelle Griese (May Wages) 300.31, NCFE (Fuel) 124.66, David Von Wald 350.00, Ace Hardware 157.69, Venture Communications 55.70, MDU 534.62.
Bills payable sewer account: MDU (Sewer Lift) $131.63.
Bar Business: Monthly Round Up will be held on Friday the 27th at 7:30pm. Inventory will be taken on July 1st at 5pm and by a motion of Kilian, second by Trudo, board passed the replacement and a new counter top for the off sale counter. Motion passed.
New Business: By a motion of Simon, second by Trudo, board has read and agreed to sign the contract to have Potter Co. Mosquito Management take care of the spraying this season. Motion passed.
Open discussion: Spike License was requested for the Bull-A-Rama to be held on Sunday, June 22nd by the Booster Club. By a motion of Simon, second by Trudo license was approved. Motion passed.
With there being no further business to discuss, meeting was adjourned at 9:30pm by a motion of Kilian, second by Lower. Motion passed. Next monthly meeting will be held on July 7th, 2014 at 8pm. Have a safe and fun filled 4th of July.
Finance Officer-Town of Lebanon
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May 5, 2014
Monthly town board meeting was called to order by President Jim McRoberts at 8:06pm. Present were Kilian, Lower, McRoberts and Simon absent Trudo. Also present were Janice Oaks, Steve Smith and Hazel McRoberts.
Minutes of the April 7 meeting were read and with 2 corrections by a motion of Kilian, second by Lower minutes were approved. Motion passed.
Reading of the bills payable for the end of April and current bills presented for the month of May were gone over and by a motion of Kilian, second by Simon, bills were approved as follows.
Bills Payable Liquor Account: Janice Oaks (April Wages) $1,267.24, Hazel McRoberts (April Wages) 801.78, Linda McRoberts (April Wages) 778.55, Krueger’s Food Fair 298.88, Lebanon Bar-Petty Cash 19.24, Northwest Beverage Inc. 1,110.35, Pepsi 230.62, Johnson Bros. 116.50, Republic National Distributing co. 508.21,
Hettinger-Mobridge Candy 829.56, Jerome Beverage 100.70, Dakota Tom’s 168.00, Dakota Electronics 37.50, Ace Hardware 7.03, Servall 19.19, Reuer Sanitation 64.48, Mid Dakota Water 80.45, MDU 203.81, Venture Communications 62.46.
Bills Payable General Account: EMC Ins. $2,521.70, Rachelle Griese (April Wages) 300.31, MDU 622.23, Potter Co. News 59.66, Venture Communications 55.70
Bills Payable Sewer Account: MDU (Sewer lift) $124.43.
Bar Business: Bar will be closed Monday, May 26th in observance of Memorial Day. Monthly Round Up will be held on Friday, May 30th. at 7:30pm and inventory will be taken on Monday, June 2 at 5pm.
Pat Kilian called executive session that convened at 9pm and adjourned at 9:20pm.
With there being no further business to discuss, meeting was adjourned at 9:25pm by a motion of Simon, second by Kilian. Motion passed. Next monthly meeting will be held on June 10th at 8pm.
Finance Officer-Town of Lebanon
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NOTICE OF TAKING TAX
DEED BY COUNTY
To David Corey et ux, who is the owner of record of the hereinafter described real property, and in whose name said property is taxed; and to Jim Cohig and Irene Radke, who are mortgagees on said property.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the following described real property situated in Potter County, South Dakota, to-wit:
S. 140.8’ x 142.3’ of OL C
Also described as:
The South one-half of all that part of Outlot “C” bounded as follows, to-wit: On the north by the north line of said Outlot, on the east line by the west line of Ash Street extended north, on the south by the north line of Third Street and on the west by a line parallel with and distant west 140 feet from said extended west line of Ash Street, as said Outlot is laid down and described on the Plat of the Town of Lebanon, South Dakota, as recorded in the Office of the Register of Deeds in said County.
was on December 20, 2010, purchased by the County Treasurer of Potter County, South Dakota, for said county for the sum of $191.74, said sum being the amount of the taxes assessed against said real property for the year 2009, plus penalty, interest, and cost of sale. A certificate of tax sale dated December 20, 2010, was issued by the County Treasurer, to said Potter County, South Dakota, who is now the legal owner and holder of said certificate of tax sale.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, That the right of redeeming said real property from said tax sale will expire sixty days from the date of the completed service of this notice, and that unless redemption is made from said tax sale within said time as permitted by law, a tax deed will be made and issued by the County Treasurer of Potter County, State of South Dakota, to said County of Potter, State of South Dakota, who is the legal owner and holder of said Certificate of Tax Sale on the above described property.
Dated June 19, 2014
Jeanie Lagan County Treasurer of
Potter County, South Dakota Holder of Tax Sale Certificate
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